I don't have to worry about that with Honey & Oats.by Jennifer Katzinger. Jennifer is the gluten free Flying Apron lady and when I saw the Title Honey & Oats I was hooked-my fav sweetner & my fav flour to use ( thanks to a comment on Gabriel Method Support Group) Of course Raw, unprocessed honey (either local for allergies or Acacia Raw that has the lowest glycemic level.) Also check for Gluten free Oats or Oat flour. My friend makes her own & I use Bob's Red Mill. The subtitle to this book sealed the deal: " Everyday favorites baked with whole grains and natural sweeteners," Yes, I eat whole grains-except only very tiny amount whole old type wheat and maybe 4x a year a dish with rice in it. his book has the best section on alternative flours I've seen. Now that I've gotten Jon Gabriel's Cookbook I'll have to say he has best on alternative sweeteners.
Why the interest in cookbooks again? Because of a new app for my Nook called " My Cookbook Pro," https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=fr.cookbookpro. about 3&1/2 dollars. I can import online recipes and copy recipes in from my nook and hardback cookbooks. A perfect place to use to decide on what's for dinner and do I have the ingredients & time to do it-Also has place for nutrition, description, comments, ratings, source, URL & URL Video ( for my nook books I don't put directions-just what book-page the recipe is on). God knows how long it will take to transfer my recipes, but that's Ok-it gives me something to do with my hands when watching TV or the game.
So I've gathered all my cookbooks together to share with you. Maybe you'll see something that might peek your interest. I also have a subscription to a couple Gluten Free Magazines, Louisiana Cooking , Several Weight Watcher old nook Magazines with a few recipes I use. People always ask what do I eat-well this is what I eat.
The first cookbooks are the old ones I'm transferring into healthier versions. A few of these look healthy, but just cut out fats. I'm adding back in the proper oils for cold or high heat use. Actually come to think of it, also convert to Gluten-Sugar free as well. Most of these are various Louisiana Cities charity league cookbooks. So all the great local cooks from all over Louisiana are covered here pretty much. My generation & older mostly.
* River Road *Chef Paul Prudhomme's Louisiana Kitchen, * Chef Paul Prudhomme's Fork In The Road.
* Paula Deen's Southern Cooking Bible * Cane River * The Cotton Country Collection. * Talk About Good!
* Pirates Pantry * Tom Fitzmorris's New Orleans Food
This second Group are my collection of Gluten Free Books I've had since my close friend was diagnosed with Celiacs. As older books I've had to do a lot of subbing with these, Most of my blog (fairysredcolordiet) recipes up to this point come from these books.
* Gluten Free Girl & The Chef *The Wheat Free Cook * Gluten Free Baking Classics * Gluten Free Cooking For Dummies * The Gluten Free Good Health Cookbook. Also from this time, but not gluten free is Andrew Weil's " The Healthy Kitchen."
This last group are my newest-all bought since I began changing how I eat last Sept'14. I still end up tweeking a lot of them for my individual needs, as I'm sure you might for your own issues. We are all different. As long as I don't drink milk I really don't have an issue with dairy.
* 200 Gluten Free Recipes * Unbelievably Gluten Free! * Honey & Oats * Nourishing Traditions
* 150 best gluten free muffin recipes * Gluten Free Girl American Classics Reinvented
On my Nook:
* Nourishing Broth * Healing Herbal Teas * Gluten Free Made Simple * Paula Deen Cuts The Fat
* The Big Book Of Healthy Cooking Oils * The Bone Broth Miracle * Power Hungary: The Ultimate Energy Bar
* Low Fat Cookbook * Superfoods cookbook Book One * The Paleo Chocolate Lovers Cookbook
* The Fat Chance Cookbook * Stevia: naturally sweet recipes for desserts, drinks and more! * Great Food all day long-Maya Angelou * Cooking and Baking With Honey
* The How Can It Be Gluten Free Cookbook ( put out by America's Test Kitchen) and my first 2-most used are * Almond Flour! Gluten Free & Paleo Diet Cookbook & * The Gluten Free Almond Flour Cookbook. You can see my first GF flour love affair was with Almond Flour.
The very last one-most recent one is actually an e-book and I'm already fascinated. It's Jon Gabriel's " The Gabriel Method (Super Delicious, Super Nutritious) Recipe Book.
So there they are, my 39 (and counting I'm sure) cookbooks I like to use. My new app has inspired me to go ahead and add to my weebly list with a new site that will have my recipes on it. I have so many and don't put all I cook on this blog because I don't want to clog up my blog space. This new site will be given a link to the right, making it easer for you as well. It will be there once I have a decent size collection of recipes on it. I'll leave my blog ones up that are already there because of the quotes and personal lead ins to the recipe reviews. I'll just link back in to those from new site. Hope you found something useful here. Now out to plant more Pansies.